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The science of health care delivery is the study and design of systems, processes, leadership and management used to optimize health care delivery and health for all.
The BS program in the science of health care delivery is designed to provide undergraduate students a foundation in person-centered health care, leadership, critical thinking, population health, informatics, systems engineering, economics and policy. Faculty are comprised of tenure-track and clinically trained professionals who work together to create, teach and disseminate knowledge.
Graduates may pursue entry-level positions in health care administration, program management, policy, or pursue further education through graduate programs.
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Graduates of this program are academically prepared, well-rounded and adept in skills necessary for a number of exciting careers in health care.
Job areas may include entry-level positions in health care administration, management, policy, system design, quality improvement and health services research. Opportunities may include positions in hospital systems, physician practices and clinics, patient navigation, the pharmaceutical industry, insurance companies, government and regulatory agencies, and health research organizations.
Graduates may pursue further education through graduate programs in areas such as health care delivery, administration and management.